As the countdown to Christmas continues, Phil joins us for the second day of his Christmas Day feasts. After making his delicious canapés yesterday, today Phil shows us to make some sensational starters that the whole family will enjoy.
And Olly Smith will be popping by to show us how to get Christmas off with a bang with his favourite yuletide fizzes to suit all budgets.
With ten days to go until the big day, Phil Vickery is here with four simple but delicious canapés. From salmon fish cakes to stuffed dates, there's something to keep every festive guest happy.
I was born weird!
All week we've welcomed special guest chefs to the This Morning kitchen. Today to bring a spectacular end to the week culinary creator Heston Blumenthal, who has made a living out of his unique experimental cookery, whizzes up something you can both eat and drink at the same time!
Not too hard to make at home yourself, try a mince pie milkshake, a Heston spin on a festive favourite.
Having a Christmas party and looking for something different to bake your guests? Great British Bake Off 2013 Winner Frances Quinn is our festive chef today and will be inspiring us with her recipes for Christmas cupcakes.
Blue-eyed baker Paul Hollywood shot to fame with his role as a judge on the Great British Bake Off and is often referred to as the George Clooney of the kitchen.
Paul Hollywood joins us today to bake our festive favourite - mince pies! As well as baking his scrumptious mince pies, Paul will chat to us about his latest book British Baking, the UK's baking revival, and his Christmas bake plans with Mary Berry.
What a beautiful smiles our presenters have. Especially when they've been tucking into Lorraine Pascale's ridiculously rich chocolate tart!
Since hanging up her catwalk shoes and hitting our screens in 2011, Lorraine Pascale has gone on to become one of TV's hottest chefs with three successful television shows and five bestselling cookery books under her belt. She joins us to cook up an alternative Christmas dessert - chocolate and orange tart.